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Manfrotto Digi-Tabletop Tripod with the Manfrotto Mini Ball Head - Bright Silver

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Manfrotto 709BR: Picture 1 regular

About Manfrotto 709BR

• A compact, lightweight, table-top tripod perfect for a wide range of digital phophotographic applications. The Digi-Table-Top tripod was developed to maximize the superior imaging capabilities and versatility of new-generation, compact digital cameras.
• It sets up in seconds to form an exceptionally stable shooting platform that can be used virtually anywhere, indoors or out. It sports a handsome bright aluminum finish and comes complete with a silky-smooth Manfrotto Mini Ball Head providing 360° pan and ± 90° tilt.



The Manfrotto 709BR is commonly used for Portraits and more.The Manfrotto 709BR is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Manfrotto 709BR: Lightweight and Stable

Manfrotto 709BR Features

  • Maximum Height: 4.3 inches
  • Minimum Height: 4.3 inches
  • Closed Length: 7.9 inches
  • Maximum Load Capacity: 4.4 lbs.
  • Weight: .4 lbs.

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4.7

(based on 7 reviews)

86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Table Tripod for Serious Cameras

What do you do with a Nikon D90 with an 18-200 mm Nikon Lens and need a tripod... Just reach into your pocket and pull this thing out. Extremely light but is VERY heavy duty. It easily supports a heavy weight camera and lens combination. A simple item that is a real work horse. I highly recommend it.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
5.0

Can't Beat Italian Design!

By

Function follows form with this Italian beauty. No paint to chip and just a wonderful, functional table-top. It handles my Sony A900 with battery/handgrip, a 70-210 mm zoom and a hand-bracket mounted flash without even breathing hard.

 
5.0

Heavy Duty!

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Little dude does it all. Heavy construction but still lightweight. Love the metal construction the most. Ball is tight and rigid. Hold my D300 with grip and 77mm lens at any angle with no slipping. Really didn't expect it to be able to do it. Manfrotto though!

 
4.0

Sturdy little jewel

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Very light and compact. Perfect when you don't want to lug the big tripod. It holds my D90 with 18-200mm lens just fine. My only complaint is that I had to finish Manfrotto's manufacturing job. The thumb screw handle detached itself from the ball locking set screw the first time I used it. I fixed it with loc-tite and have had no problems since.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Table Tripod for Serious Cameras

By

What do you do with a Nikon D90 with an 18-200 mm Nikon Lens and need a tripod... Just reach into your pocket and pull this thing out. Extremely light but is VERY heavy duty. It easily supports a heavy weight camera and lens combination. A simple item that is a real work horse. I highly recommend it.

 
5.0

Mini Tripod

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I needed a tripod for travel, small enough to fit in my camera bag and not too bulky or heavy. This thing is perfect. Folds up nice, and solidly built. My Nikon D40 with 18-200 VR has no problem in any direction, will not topple over. A bit pricey, but, this solidly built unit will definitely have a service life longer than my own.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great mini tripod

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Very useful gadget - a part of my basic kit now.

 
4.0

Excelent Product

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As professional photographers have known for ages, using a tripod is one of the best means of improving your pictures. This little Manfrotto tripod is so light that you can always pack it in your camera bag wherever you go. Due to its low height, it doesn't always give you the best perspective when you have to place it on the floor

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
PRENTIS D  Fits in my shoulder bag and comes in handy rather than having the big tripod all the time. It is very sturdy.
Shopper  do you carry camera attachment for Manfrotto 728b didi tripod? i just found out i lost mine. thanks. Benedict
KEVIN C  The tripod in the accompanying image is a Manfrotto 709BR, not the 728B. If Benedict is referring to the model 709BR, as pictured, I assume he may be asking if you stock the rotating swivel head which is the "camera attachment". This assembly is comprised of the ball-head mounting screw, lock-down ring, horizontal pan base and tightening/set screw, and is removed by backing out the tightening/set screw until it clears the ball-head seat, situated atop a pivot post of the base, which attaches the three legs. That being the case, I would guess that is something to be ordered from the manufacturer or a parts broker. If Benedict is referring to the model 728B, I have nothing of value to offer. Kevin
Shopper  do you carry camera attachment for Manfrotto 728b didi tripod? i just found out i lost mine. thanks. Benedict
KEVIN C  The tripod in the accompanying image is a Manfrotto 709BR, not the 728B. If Benedict is referring to the model 709BR, as pictured, I assume he may be asking if you stock the rotating swivel head which is the "camera attachment". This assembly is comprised of the ball-head mounting screw, lock-down ring, horizontal pan base and tightening/set screw, and is removed by backing out the tightening/set screw until it clears the ball-head seat, situated atop a pivot post of the base, which attaches the three legs. That being the case, I would guess that is something to be ordered from the manufacturer or a parts broker. If Benedict is referring to the model 728B, I have nothing of value to offer. Kevin

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